Nestlé Japan's Chocolatory store has produced some crazy Kit Kat candy concoctions -- including Kit Kat sushi -- over the years, but its latest and arguably simplest creation may be its best. Behold, this is what the chocolate cake-stuffed Kit Kat bar of your dreams looks like in real life. It's called the Gateau Mignon Kit Kat, and yes, it is real.
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News of the new treat comes from Nestlé Japan and SoraNews24. The bite-size candy bar-dessert hybrid is the latest in a line of ridiculous candy that includes gold-covered and rose-topped versions of Kit Kat's iconic, globally distributed chocolate bar. This cake-filled edition was unveiled to coincide with the reopening of Kit Kat's flagship Chocolatory shop, located in Tokyo, and you can only get them there.
If you're planning a trip to Japan, this wouldn't be a terrible stop to make as you navigate the streets of Tokyo, which has previously been named one of the best cities in the world for travelers. Unlike the 24-karat-gold Kit Kats, these are actually affordable. Visitors can buy three of the Kit Kat Chocolatory Gateau Mignon for 1,458 yen ($13) or six for 2,916 yen ($26).